AW: How can a map be "rearranged"?

2000-09-11 04:38:10
Subject: AW: How can a map be "rearranged"?
From: FITZINGER Richard <richard.fitzinger AT it-austria DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 10:38:10 +0200
Ctrl + LeftMouseButton on Unix, LeftMouseButton on NT


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Von: Gavin Newman [mailto:NEWMANGJ AT banksa.com DOT au]
Gesendet: Montag, 11. September 2000 09:27
An: nv-l AT tkg DOT com
Betreff: RE: [NV-L] How can a map be "rearranged"?


I have the same query, if I turn off auto-layout I cannot drag the icons to
the required location on the map, I presume there is some simple trick to
this but I haven't stumbled across it as yet. Any clues?

Cheers - Gavin Newman

>>> "IMHOFF,MICHAEL (HP-Denmark,ex1)" <michael_imhoff AT hp DOT com> 07/09/2000
14:36:20 >>>
Turn off auto layout.

- Michael.

-----Original Message-----
From: Brizzi, Ray [mailto:Ray_Brizzi AT anntaylor DOT com] 
Sent: 6. september 2000 22:43
To: 'IBM NetView Discussion'
Subject: [NV-L] How can a map be "rearranged"?

Netview does a fairly good job of discovering the network and building a
picture. But it puts Asia right next to Connecticut.

Is there a way to drag and drop sections of the map so that the locations
more or less correspond to a real world image? Also, to have the basic
structure preserved as more nodes are added.

Thanks, Rayt
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